June 16, 2021

#BookReview: Twist in the Wind by Gabrielle McMaster






Synopsis: Siobhan Murphy: Pathetic Thief. She’s held the title for the past year among the Irish Garda. With a name like that, she should at least be able to steal a little happiness for herself, but Siobhan’s life in Ireland couldn’t be any more miserable. 

One chance to get rid of her life in Ireland and pursue the American Dream falls into her lap — an internship in Los Angeles, California. When the priest at Siobhan’s school pushes her towards the opportunity, Siobhan doesn’t know which is worse: leaving behind her family in Ireland or going to a country that thrives off confident people. But following her dreams of freedom and happiness means hurting the people she cares most about. 

How much do you sacrifice for your American Dream?



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Rating: 1 Stars 
My Review: DNF for this one. I just couldn't read it.  I was not invested at all and the characters were just ugh.  




Biography

Gabrielle McMaster hails from Northern Ireland. She is an author and historian, best known for contemporary and historical fiction. Gabrielle is the author of 'Not Always Blu Skyes' (2020), 'Twist in the Wind' (2021) and 'The Wonders of Life List' (2021). She has a passion for history which led her to complete her BA in Theology and History with Queen's University Belfast. She is currently completing her MA in History with Queen's University Belfast as of September 2020, where she will specialise in cultural and social history.









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